Hearing & Balance Doctors


Bonnie, Our Audiology Assistant


Audiology Assistant

Bonnie grew up in St. George and attended Dixie High School before continuing her education at Dixie College.

As our audiology assistant, Bonnie’s workday is quite varied. A typical day includes her seeing patients, cleaning and taking care of hearing aids, starting tests for doctors, and assisting with the scheduling and managing of orders and repairs.

Working alongside her team members, Bonnie loves the family atmosphere in the clinic. She describes her colleagues as very kind and helpful, and she likes how everyone gets along with each other so well.

Bonnie’s favorite part of her job is witnessing how modern hearing aids can enhance a patient’s hearing – and their life. She cites a recent success story of one patient, an avid runner, who can now pair her hearing aids with her phone. The patient is happy to hear so well again and feels like her hearing aids have opened up a whole new world for her.

Outside of work, Bonnie enjoys spending time with her husband and their children, two daughters and a son, exploring the great outdoors. Hiking, camping, and going to the beach top her family’s list of favorite pastimes – although Bonnie admits her husband would say she just loves to sleep!

Q What is your favorite movie?

Top Gun: Maverick

Q If you could have dinner with one person (dead or alive), who would it be?

Jesus Christ

Q What is your favorite meal?

I do enjoy good Mexican – especially carne asada and patacones.

Q If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?

New Zealand

Q If your colleagues could choose one word to describe you, what would it be?


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